Been there, done that

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  • Sunday, 24 Jun 2012

EVERY once in a while the thought “How did I get this old?” flashes across the minds of teachers who have been in the service for 20 years or more.

It may happen when you need to fill in some form that requires your original appointment date, when you bump into a former student at the supermarket and discover that the hunky teenager next to him is his son, or when the school canteen staff begins to address you as “Auntie”.

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